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What a “No Deal” Brexit Means for UK Data Privacy

Understanding the practical implications of a “No Deal” Brexit (as compared to an exit under an approved Withdrawal Agreement) following last week’s vote against the current withdrawal proposal. By Gail E. Crawford and Jane Bentham “No Deal” Brexit Unless the UK can agree on a deal with the EU that meets the approval of the … Continue Reading

Clinical Trials Under the GDPR: What Should Sponsors Consider?

Sponsors outside the European Union conducting clinical trials in the EU should consider current guidelines and the Breyer case to understand whether GDPR requirements will apply to them. By Gail Crawford and Frances Stocks Allen Many sponsors of clinical trials believe that companies based outside the EU who sponsor clinical trials conducted in the EU … Continue Reading

EDPB Publishes Regulatory Guidance on Territorial Scope of GDPR

The Guidance provides helpful clarifications for service providers and their customers on both sides of the Atlantic. By Robert Blamires, Fiona M. Maclean, and Danielle van der Merwe Long-awaited guidance on the territorial scope of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been published by the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) for public consultation (Guidance). … Continue Reading

German GDPR Fine Proceedings Conclude Favourably for Defending Company

Germany’s first GDPR fine offers lesson for companies planning a data breach policy. By Tim Wybitul, Wolf-Tassilo Böhm, and Isabelle Brams In November 2018, Germany’s first fine under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was imposed — and it was much lower than many expected. The favourable outcome of the proceedings for the defending company … Continue Reading
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